I met Travis Kelce at Arrowhead Stadium. They were playing the Denver Broncos. The stuff that they do on the field is amazing, and you think of them as like, superhuman, but then you meet him and like he was just a down-to-earth guy, man. We just sat a talked, and he told me how beautiful my Bronco was, and I’m like, “Well, I guess you would know. I haven’t seen it yet.” All right, Shawn, are you ready? There you go. There’s your Bronco. Whoa. Beautiful. When they pulled off the blindfold, it was shock. Really, I mean, like I was walking around it like, this is all mine. I can’t believe it. It’s amazing how you fit that in there. What do you think, Maddie? Whoa! Oh my god. This thing is beautiful. Seth: How’s it feel? It feels great. [engine starting] Whoa! Does it sound good? Give me five. It couldn’t get any better until you heard the engine purr through those stainless steel exhaust pipes, man. It feels like an off-road beast with street car-power, ya know? It’s a piece of artwork. It’s the David of cars. It’s beautiful. I just want to say thank you to Travis Kelce, first off, and to Seth from Gateway Bronco and to everyone at Omaze.